Executive Producer George Perkins took the stand in the Nicollette Sheridan wrongful termination and battery case, and when asked if any character as big as Sheridan's had been killed off, he revealed James Denton's character will die in this Sunday's episode.
Perkins shifted uncomfortably in his seat before making the revelation, which drew gasps from a packed courtroom on Thursday. Two female jurors clasped their mouths.
It pays to be living on Wisteria Lane. The four main leads of the ABC show "Desperate Housewives" all made the top 10, and their combined earnings with the other six women on the list totaled $94 million between May 2010 and May 2011.
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"Extra" correspondent Jerry Penacoli dished with "Desperate Housewives" cast about their final season -- and he's got the inside scoop.
The women of Wisteria Lane are going to be doing what they do best: covering up a murder. Star Eva Longoria, who plays sultry Gabrielle Solis, explained. "It kind of goes back to one mystery connecting all four of us. And this murder of my stepfather provides for so much drama, but so much comedy -- and all of us trying to keep it a secret."
Say goodbye to the women of Wisteria Lane. The ABC show "Desperate Housewives" will end its series run in May 2012.
Deadline Hollywood reports ABC will make the announcement Sunday at the Television Critics Association press tour, but that key cast members -- including Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross, and Eva Longoria -- are saddened and shocked, since they expected to continue until 2013, after longtime showrunner Marc Cherry said he wanted the show to go 9 seasons.
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli visited the set of "Desperate Housewives" to address rumors that this might be the show's last season.
The buzz around Hollywood is that season 7 may be it for the ladies of Wisteria Lane. When asked about the rumor, Felicity Huffman said, "Some people are anxious to do other things."
"Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman visited "Extra's" Mario Lopez at The Grove to talk about a worthy cause for breast cancer research -- wearing your favorite pair of jeans!
October 8 is Lee National Denim Day, and Huffman explained, "You get to wear your favorite pair of jeans. I'm wearing Lee jeans right now... wear your favorite jeans to work, make a five dollar donation, and it goes to breast cancer research and Lee Laboratories," which work to find more effective, less toxic treatments for breast cancer and increase patient access to some of the most significant clinical trials in the nation.